Batavia Week in Review: Aliano's Reopens, Cougars Join Cubs, Fermi's Dark Energy
Here's a look at Batavia's top stories from Sept. 17-23.
Here are the top stories in Batavia this week. Click on the headline to learn more and see photos.
Aliano’s Reopens, All Health Department Tests Passed—The Italian restaurant returned to its regular hours and full menu while the Kane Co. Health Department determined if there was a link to some salmonella cases.
Fermilab: World’s Strongest Digital Camera Records First Images—The Dark Energy Camera constructed at Fermilab will help scientists discover why the expansion of the universe is speeding up. (Gallery of pictures included)
Kiss The Sky Record Shop to Start Live Music Series—The record shop, now back in Batavia, will have a monthly series of performances taped before a live audience. The first is scheduled for Sept. 30.
Cougars Becomes Chicago Cubs Class A Team—It's official: The Kane County Cougars are now the Class A affiliate of the Chicago Cubs.
Batavia Homecoming Pep Assembly Pics 2012—Relive the fun of the Sept. 14 pep assembly, plus see bonus photos from the Student Olympics.
Wilson Street Traffic Project Starts Sept. 24—Prepare for some delays as the city coordinates the lights at both Wilson and Rt. 25 intersections
FINAL: Batavia Edges Out Lake Park 33-29—The Bulldogs defy the Lancers in their first-ever matchup on Sept. 21 to become playoff eligible.
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